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Terminal server blue screen of death

I had one of my terminal servers give the blue screen of death this morning. I tried rebooting several times and it went to the same blue screen. I ended up reverting it back to the last snapshot to restore the server since it's a hyper V guest. I attached a screenshot of the blue screen, does anyone know of a way to recover from this or keep it from happening without reverting snapshots?
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sorry, forgot to attach the file, here it is
screenshot-terminal-server.doc
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Are you using shared storage for your Hyper-V environment, such as iSCSI, or are you using local storage?
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Logical storage. they're SAS internal hard drives.
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are your other guests functioning fine? I would shut down the guest and remove any hardware or com ports not needed. Can you boot into safe mode without any drivers loaded?